Faculty of Education Resource & Development
Department of Education
FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION
Educational Psychologyl Sign Language examiner
2012-to date: Lecturer, Chuka University
2000-2012: Lecturer, Kenya Institute of Special Education
1995-2000: Teacher, Nyandarua School for the deaf
MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES
Elected to American Psychological Association International Affiliate Status.
Member of Kenya Guidance, Counseling and Psychological Association.
Member of Kenya Society for the Deaf
Member of Rainbow Wellness Psychological Services
Ph.D. Continuing at Kenyatta University
Master of Educational Psychology, 2011, at Kenyatta University.
B.ED. In Education, 2000, Special Education (Hearing Impaired) Kenyatta University.
Diploma in Special Education, 1995, (Hearing Impaired) Kenya Institute of Special Education.
KEY RESEARCH PROJECTS
Teachers’ Attitudes Ttwards Inclusion of Learners with Hearing Impairment in Regular Schools in Kiambu, Nyandarua, Kirinyaga and Murang’a Counties.
1. Kiriungi N. L. 2016. Effectiveness of regular teachers in handling learners with hearing impairments in primary schools in central region of Kenya. International Journal of Education and Research, 3(3).
2. Kiriungi, N.L., & Kamore, K.S., Students perspectives on factors affecting their academic performance: A case of Juja Secondary School, Kiambu, Keya,
3. International Journal of current research, 8(3).
4. Riungu, E.N., & Kiriungi, N.L., Influence of personality factors on career Choice Among secondary School students in Chuka Sub-County of Tharaka-Nithi County, Keya. International Journal of Education and research 3(2):325-330.
5. J.M.M., & Kiriungi, N.L., Institutional Factors Influencing Effective Teaching of Agriculture subject in public secondary schools in Tharaka-Nithi Country, Keya. International Journal of Education and research 3(1):465-504
6. Gikunda, R.M., Odilla A. G., Kiriungi, N.L., & Muchiri, M.J. Effect of sleep quantity on performance of students in public universities, Kenya. Merit Research Journal of Education and Review 2(6):113-118.
7. Kiriungi, L., Mwiti, R. & Mburugu, B. An assessment of public primary school teachers’ attitude towards inclusion of children with hearing impairment in Central Region of Kenya. International Journal of Education and Research 2(3).
8. Joyline, M.M., Odilla, A. G., Kathuri, N.J., & Kiriungi, N.L., Agriculture teachers’ perception of school agriculture: A case of Meru Central District, Kenya. Middle East Journal of Scientific Research 17(4):534-538.
Mental Health of Adolescents. Use of Kenyan Sign Language as the third constituted language in Kenya